US Energy Dept gives details on hydrogen car research


WASHINGTON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Energy Department said on Wednesday that President George W. Bush's plan to spend $1.2 billion of government funds to help develop a hydrogen-fuel car won't all be new money. In his State of the Union speech to Congress on Tuesday, Bush proposed $1.2 billion in research to build hydrogen-powered automobiles that would be free of exhaust fumes and help reduce U.S. oil imports. In a briefing with reporters on Wednesday, Energy Secretary Spencer ...

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